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What will Brexit mean for your travel, car and pet insurance?

Which? explains how a no-deal Brexit could impact your car insurance, travel insurance and pet insurance policies if you travel to Europe after 29 March 2019.

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Carphone Warehouse fined £29m in Geek Squad insurance scandal

Carphone Warehouse has been fined £29m by the UK's financial watchdog for mis-selling its 'Geek Squad' insurance policies to thousands of customers.

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Drivers with low mileage charged more for car insurance

Motorists who drive shorter distances may actually be paying more for car insurance than those who rack up the miles, according to new research. People who drive between 5,000 and...

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22,500 Brits fall victim to shed burglary a year: are you protected?

Over 22,500 instances of garden and shed burglary reported in the UK every year we take a look at the criminal hot spots and if your home insurance will cover it.

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The travel insurance lottery: is your pre-existing medical condition covered?

Travel insurance customers with pre-existing medical conditions routinely face punitive premiums and tricky clauses. Which? looks at how you can find affordable cover.

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Pet insurance versus car insurance: which policy will cost you more?

Insuring your pet could be more costly than insuring your vehicle, according to figures from the AA. Here's how to find good-value pet cover.

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Eight insurance myths debunked: what you need to know about your policy

Which? reveals some of the most common insurance terms that confuse policyholders and explains how your cover really works.

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Beast from the East returns in 2019: is your home protected?

the Met Office has issued yellow weather warnings for heavy snowfall and ice which can cause damage to homes. Find out if your home insurance will protect you.

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Subsidence claims hit record high: will your home insurance costs rise?

Subsidence claims reached record highs of £64 million in the third quarter of 2018. We take a look at whether the cost of home insurance is going to rise.

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Aviva launches new subscription-style insurance: how does it compare?

Find out how the new AvivaPlus subscription insurance works and whether you'll be able to get a cheaper insurance quote using it.

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